Vonn dominates in Zauchensee

Two races over the weekend and two wins for HEAD World Cup Rebel Lindsey Vonn. Win number 26 in Super G, further extending her record for most wins in the discipline was emphatic. Lara Gut attacked all the way down but a small mistake in the run in saw her take second place with Connie Huetter taking third.

Vonn equals record for most wins in Women’s World Cup Downhill

Lindsey Vonn continued her impressive collection of superlatives in taking her 36th World Cup Downhill win in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee. The race was changed from the traditional one run format into a two run race due to the snow conditions yet this did not seem to phase Vonn. Vonn won by exactly a second from Larissa Yurkiw with Connie Huetter in third. Kajsa Kling made it a great day for the HEAD World Cup Rebels in taking fourth pace.

HEAD Skis and Matchstick Productions Team Up With James Heim for Second Installment of ‘What’s Your Limit?’

HEAD and Matchstick Productions join forces with James Heim as he chases the pinnacle of exhilaration in the backcountry of Alaska.

Theaux continues HEAD dominance of Downhill & Holdener strikes in Lienz

Adrien Theaux produced a devastating run to win the fourth World Cup Downhill of the season for the HEAD World Cup Rebels. Theaux mastered the Deborah Compagnoni course in Santa Caterina better than the rest of the field by over a second to win the third World Cup Downhill race of his career to date. Hannes Reichelt took second and David Poisson third.

Gut makes it four wins for the season as she ends 2015 as No 1

Lara Gut ended the 2015 calendar year as the Number 1 in Women’s Alpine Ski racing in both the Overall and Giant Slalom with her fourth victory of the season. Second after the first run behind Ana Drev, Gut put the hammer down on the second run to make sure that the HEAD World Cup Rebel took the lead in the race and held it when Drev crashed out. Tina Weirather took second and Viktoria Rebensburg placed third

Jansrud, Svindal and Myhrer stand on podium in Alta Badia

It is a new event but the HEAD World Cup Rebels turned up and ran the show. The Big Final saw two of the biggest names of this season face off against each other and it was Kjetil Jansrud who emerged victorious ahead of Aksel Lund Svindal and Andre Myhrer taking the small final to give the Rebels all three places on the podium.

Gut continues fine form in Courchevel taking second

Lara Gut is on a roll! After winning both races in Val d’Isere, the HEAD World Cup Rebel added to her impressive World Cup points tally for the season already with second place in the Giant Slalom in Courchevel. Eva Maria Brem took the win with Nina Loeseth sharing second place with Gut.

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